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Voith Paper's winder optimization at Perlen Papier has increased quality and capacity of the existing Rolltec winder of PM 4.
The winder offers high-speed (up to 600 m/min [2000 ft/min]), in-line slitting capabilities (to widths of 3 inches [75 mm]), across a 120-inch (3000-mm) web, says the company.
With this new generation strip winder, it is possible for the first time to execute the whole roll covering totally automatically.
Paul Winder, aged 32, who lives in Sheffield but whose family live near Chelmsford, Essex, was kidnapped while trekking in Panama three years ago.
Winder kicked open the front door and began fighting with Gates and Vines.
Mr Winder, aged 29, and Mr Hart Dyke, aged 24, had been searching for rare orchids when they went missing in March.
Configured as two completely independent single drum winders to be used as an electrically coupled drum winding system, the winder is capable of hoisting a 13.
The hurdles to succeeding in Japan are high, but not insurmountable," notes Winder.
David Winder brings additional depth to the business planning and financial management capabilities of our Board of Directors," said Allen Alexander, CEO of Savage.
The SSP informed that the gang was busted from the agriculture area of Winder on a tip off, by a team which included DSP CIA Malik Abdul Sattar, SHO Winder Nabi Bux, SHO Sakran Gul Hassan and Sub-Inspector Mohammad Jan.
The new winder EcoPulsarS has a capability of giving users up to 30% energy savings and up to 10%, enhanced productivity.
The winder is a center-turret type with two winding modes: Fully automatic for agricultural films and semiautomatic for geomembranes, where operators need to manually attach the sheet to the core.